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1. ANTAVIA-DiveKing [scarmarbin_2137]
Dive, temperature and acceleration data, obtained via animal-attached data recorders, of known-age and sex king penguins from Crozet archipelago.


2. Food Consumption and Foraging Success of Free-ranging Southern Elephant Seals [ASAC_769]
Elephant seals use a suite of physiological and behavioural mechanisms to maximise the time they can be submerged. Of these hypo-metabolism is one of the most important, so this study quantified maximum ...


3. Food consumption and energy expenditure of free ranging southern elephant seals [ASAC_857]
Elephant seals use a suite of physiological and behavioural mechanisms to maximise the time they can be submerged. Of these hypo-metabolism is one of the most important, so this study quantified maximum ...


4. Foraging of royal penguins and its relationship to the Antarctic Polar Frontal Zone [ASAC_1001]
The factors that control the number of animals in a population are often difficult to understand. However, this basic understanding is central to managing those populations and assessing how they ...


5. Mariana common moorhen telemetry data - 2001 [USGS_FRESC_307_Mariana_moorhen_telemetry]
This data set consists of spreadsheets containing gps locations and bearings to common moorhen sightings. Data were collected in the wet and dry seasons in 2001.


6. Maternal Attendance and Pup Growth in Fur Seals (Arctocephalus spp.) at Macquarie and Heard Islands [ASAC_132]
Taken from the abstract of the referenced papers: Maternal attendance behaviour was studies in Antarctic (Arctocephalus gazella) and subantarctic fur seals (Arctocephalus tropicalis) which breed ...


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